An interesting leak has appeared from the usual bunch in China, and it's showing off what appears to be the Nokia Lumia 830, or so the leakers claim it to be. Strangely, this phone is said to succeed the Nokia Lumia 710, despite it having a product name that suggests it's better than the Lumia 820 (the successor to the Lumia 800).
Five colors were shown of the supposed Lumia 830, including a Nokia-first green, as were a few different angles showing off the device, but unfortunately no specifications were revealed.
What's more interesting, is that this device looks suspiciously like a leaked shot of prototype Nokia phone we saw back in September that we assumed would be the Lumia 820. It turned out that phone would not look like the Lumia 820, but it actually looks closer to this Lumia 830, although since then the side buttons on the device may have received a slight revamp.
This is a prototype phone we assumed to be the Lumia 820. Is it actually the 830?
Said prototype phone had a WVGA display, (possibly) 512 MB of RAM and it obviously was running Windows Phone 8; the display also appeared to be 4 inches or smaller. We'll let you decide if they are the same phone, while we wait for more details on what could be Nokia's next phone they'll release.